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  • ...asion of Poland''',code named Case White, began on 1 September 1939 after Germany had staged a Polish attack. At the orders of [[Adolf Hitler]], had been p The campaign, which ended on 6 October, split Poland into three zones:
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  • Code named Case White, an invasion beginning on 1 September 1939 after Germany had staged a Polish attack; the start of [[World War II]] in Europe
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  • #REDIRECT [[German invasion of Poland]]
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  • ...include>Occupied area of central Poland following the [[German invasion of Poland]], under [[Hans Frank]]
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  • ...d]], that part of Western Poland that was incorporated into the Reich and "germanized", with persecution and deportation of undesirables
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  • ...October 1939. The Ukrainian area of [[Galicia]] was added to it after the Germans invaded the Soviet Union. ...of Germany and designated the [[Warthegau]], and those who were not ethnic Germans deported into the Generalgouvernement.<ref>{{citation
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  • {{r|German military forces}} {{r|1939 German invasion of Poland}}
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  • {{r|German invasion of Poland}} {{r|1940 German invasion of Western Europe}}
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  • ...h German Army]] in the [[German invasion of Poland]], and the [[Eighteenth German Army]] in the [[Battle of France]], being ordered to stop before [[Battle o ==Poland==
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  • ''See [[Poland]] for an overview of the contemporary nation.'' ...4,000 square miles, and Poland was too weak and inefficient to prevent its German and Russian neighbors from partitioning it up.<ref> Davies, ''God's Playgro
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  • ...]] headquarters personnel, for planning and implementing [[war crime]]s in Germany and Nazi-occupied countries. The largest share of defendants belonged to | author = Office of Military Government for Germany (US) | title= Indictment, Nuremberg Military Tribunal 11 - Ministries Case
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  • ...asion of Poland''',code named Case White, began on 1 September 1939 after Germany had staged a Polish attack. At the orders of [[Adolf Hitler]], had been p The campaign, which ended on 6 October, split Poland into three zones:
    2 KB (237 words) - 06:27, 1 January 2011
  • ...part under Soviet control, the Warthegau was absorbed into the Reich and "Germanized". It was the largest administrative unit in 325,000 Germans.<ref>{{citation
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  • ...man [[Case White]], the invasion and the fall of [[Poland]])<ref name=HyperPoland>{{citation | contribution - PART TWO, POLAND'S POSITION AND GERMANY'S PREPARATIONS FOR THE ATTACK, Chapter 4: The Polish State and the Armed F
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  • {{r|German invasion of Poland}} {{r|Fourth German Army||**}}
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  • '''Zeppelins''' are a type of [[rigid airship]] pioneered by [[Germany|German]] [[Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin]] in the early 20th century, based in part ...heduled flights before [[World War I]]. After the outbreak of the war, the German military made extensive use of Zeppelins as bombers and scouts.
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  • ...ions' official designation for the conflict, e.g. ''Zweiter Weltkrieg'' in German. The official histories of the United States refer to the conflict as '''Wo ===Poland===
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  • {{r|German invasion of Poland}}
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  • ...le of France]], while gluboky boi had a decisive role against overextended German forces in the [[Battle of Kursk]].
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  • {{seealso|World War II, air war, German European offensive}} *September 1, 1939: Germans invade Poland [[Case White]]
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  • ...rance and the Low countries. Planning began for [[Operation Sealion]], the invasion of the British Isles, which would be called off in late 1940. Neverthele ==The invasion of Poland==
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  • ...900-1946) was a Nazi lawyer, who headed the colonial occupation of central Poland, the [[Generalgouvernement]]. [[G.M. Gilbert]], the staff psychologist at ...morse at the Tribunal, saying "A thousand years will pass and the guilt of Germany will not be erased," but was sentenced to death and hanged.
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